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View of the central reference desk and reading room bookshelves in the Leavenworth Public Library located at 5th and Walnut Streets in Leavenworth, Kansas. Built in 1900 with funds that included a $25,000 pledge from Andrew Carnegie, the library was constructed in the classic Carnegie library style, with reading rooms positioned on either side of a central reference desk. Leavenworth was one of the first five cities in Kansas to receive a Carnegie library.

Creator: Stevenson, H. S.
Date: 1911

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Item Number: 194
Call Number: FK2.L3 L.761 *2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 194

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